CCCHS teachers vote for Outstanding Senior Kenadi Hall


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Kenadi Hall, outstanding senior, poses for her senior portraits.

Alexa Morse, Opinions-Editorial Editor

Coffee County Central High School is home to exceptional students. Some students have been named outstanding seniors. 

One senior on the list, Kenadi Hall, has credited her success as a student to focusing on herself and her goal of getting through high school. 

Hall stated her main motivation throughout high school was wanting to break the chain of poverty in her family. 

She is set to be the first in her family to attend and graduate from college. 

Hall will be attending Tennessee Tech University to study chemical engineering. She intends to graduate and then go into law school. 

Although school has changed drastically for many, Hall did not let that stop her. 

She has approached these changes with positive thoughts and did not let anything tear her down. 

She states that there have been disappointing factors of the pandemic like not being able to see many friends, losing prom, and all-around harder to navigate. 

However, the pandemic has not taken all of her high school experience. 

Hall has participated in many clubs and organizations at the school including Beta, JROTC, and the Criminal Justice Mock Trial Team. That’s just to name a few. 

She reminisced on her best high school memory being of her Criminal Justice trip to New York City. There she and a friend sang on the subway and was loved so much they were given a quarter. 

While at CCCHS, Kenadi Hall has accomplished many things. Some of her proudest accomplishments include being an outstanding senior, getting top 10%, and receiving the TSSAA Student-Athlete Award of Merit and Distinguished Scholar Award. 

Lastly, Hall offers incoming freshmen a piece of advice: “Don’t worry about other people. What other people are doing. What they think about you.”